Light and fluffy sweet rolls with a hint of pineapple and coconut. Perfect paired with BBQ or enjoyed warm with butter.
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My family has had a run in with the flu and pink eye the last couple of weeks. There have been a lot of sleepless nights for the husband and I. How does one sleep when your kids are horribly sick? I am so paranoid that their fevers will rise during the night or that they will have a horrible coughing fit that I wont hear. So my blog has taken a back burner these days.
Luckily I did break away from playing nurse one day this week to bake these Hawaiian Sweet Rolls. I have made three batches of these over the last month tweaking the recipe just slightly each time. I think I have finally settled on the perfect roll to accompany pulled pork or any other BBQ for that matter.
There is something about yeast breads that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. There is truly nothing more comforting than a cozy afternoon at home, with the scent of fresh bread baking. It was exactly what I needed this week.
I am posting over on Red Star Yeast's website today, so be sure to grab my recipe there! Also check out some great yeast baking steps, while you are at it. Red Star's website is full of great tips and recipes. Yeast baking can be tricky, so they are my go to for info. You can also check them out on Facebook and Pinterest .
Click HERE for my Hawaiian Sweet Roll recipe.
(Disclaimer: I was compensated by Red Star Yeast to write this post. However all opinions are 100% my own. )